The National Hotel is one of South Beach’s landmark Art Deco locations, situated right in the middle of “Hotel Aisle,” surrounded by other masterpieces like The Delano and The Raleigh. Tamara, the restaurant at The National, is as elegant as the hotel that houses it.
Named after French artist Tamara de Lempicka whose work is visible throughout the hotel, Tamara offers French fusion fare to a discerning crowd.
Signature dishes include Scallop and Salmon Duo ($28) and the Crusted New Zealand Rack of Lamb ($37.) Tamara offers awe-inspiring views regardless of where you choose to dine.
Those who opt for indoor can be wowed by Lempicka’s art, such as the “Girl with White Gloves” painting that is displayed on the ceiling, while those who would rather dine al fresco can take in the dramatic views offered by the infinity pool, which is rumored to be the most photographed pool in the United States.
1677 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL